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Published on February 1st, 2013 | by trendcocktail


TOPSHOP Introduces Personal Shopping Service at NYC Event

Yes, we know we still have at least one more week before we dive into over- exhaustion, all-night parties, and an endless runway show schedule that doesn’t allow enough hours in the day, yet TOPSHOP sees no reason why we should have to wait! This evening the massive British retailer held a pre-fashion week party at Manhattan’s No.8 social club (yes, previously known as Bungalow 8) where the store rolled out its new personal shopping service. TOPSHOP will work in coordination with their in-house designers to provide customers exactly what they want, when they want it. The new service offers complimentary tailoring, exclusive first-access to designer collections, product and trend analysis and styling advice. The service is available in the UK and the US and ensures loyal shoppers they will never miss a coveted collection again!

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    Sonya Holley is an international fashion writer, denim expert, and fashion recruiter whose career has taken her to 27 countries around the world. As a writer, Sonya attends New York, London and Berlin fashion weeks where she covers style and the fashion business for her blog Sonya has been featured numerous times in the New York Times and Vogue Italy for fashion writing and her personal style. A former Director of Denim at Ralph Lauren, Sonya has worked at top designer brands which also include Tommy Hilfiger and Karl Lagerfeld as a denim specialist where her denim work has been featured in Marie Claire, Bazaar, and Vogue Magazine. Educated in Madrid, Spain with an MBA in International Business and Bachelor's Degree in International Business from London, Sonya has also taught as a professor of fashion and business at LIM College and Berkeley College in New York City.

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